Tires have been particularly tricky in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race at Dover International Speedway this time around, and one of the recent victims was the Monster Energy car of Kurt Busch. If Monster hasn’t made a figurative bang as the new title sponsor so far, well, it has now—literally.
It’s finally happening. The prophecy has been fulfilled. Time is a flat circle. The great words spoken by the Monster Bros have become our reality. NASCAR, the hockey of motorsports, is hosting a sanctioned Bellator MMA fight during its upcoming race weekend at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Praise be to the bro.
I’ll be honest, it took me a few days after this video on the Monster Energy girls published to actually write this. My hands were shaking too much out of anger to do anything for a while. But there’s something we need to talk about—again!—and it’s glorifying the objectification of women in motorsports.
Finally, we know what NASCAR’s top-level series will be called next year. The series formerly known as Sprint Cup is now the MEN Cup. That’s right: the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series. We’re going to call it MEN Cup for short for all the dude-bros out there wanting to get their oval racing fix.
It’s been nearly two weeks since official drink of sick vape rips Monster Energy was announced as the new title sponsor for NASCAR’s top-tier “Cup” series. Problem is, we still don’t know what to call the series since it won’t be the “Sprint Cup” anymore. Naturally, we here at Jalopnik can help with this.
Monster Energy—a liquid, drinkable form of YO, STOP LOOKING AT MY GIRL—will become the new sponsor for NASCAR’s top series. That’s right: NASCAR’s next big hauler fight will be brought to you by the fizzy beverage of choice of flat-brimmed roid-bros everywhere. It’s a match made in heaven.
Ernie Vigil and Nick Apex are two of the most talented stunt riders around. In their latest attempt to one-up their last video, the boys head to Lima, Peru to drift their way around the city.
Earlier this year, Monster released a YouTube series on Supercross called Behind The Dream. They’re following that up with a new series called Chasing The Dream that dives a little deeper into the history of the riders competing this season and a behind the scenes look as the season progresses.
[This is the Monster Energy X-raid Mini Countryman built to defend their FIA World Cup for Cross-Country Rallies title. These cars have won two World Cups already, plus the Dakar Rally for the third time in a row back in January.]
Whilst the motorsport season may feel like a distant memory to some, this is the time of year that an elite band of hardened racers crave for more than anything else as they dial in their final preparations for the Dakar Rally Raid. Arguably the most fearsome and awe-inspiring race on the planet is now only a matter…
The first part of the eagerly-awaited Gymkhana 3 features less Fiesta hoonage and more Ken Block looking hard while the Cool Kids rap in the background than we'd like, at least he blows the krypton out of some fluorescent lamps.